If recent leaks are to be believed, LG Google Nexus phone may come with some riveting features. A recent leak on Weibo, a popular Chinese blogging site, gives hints on the camera details, RAM, display resolution and processor of the phone. The leaked image on Phonearena also suggests some good features.
LG Nexus set to be a powerhouse
The above leaks indicate the smartphone may feature a 5.2 QHD display resolution supported with 565ppi pixel density. Apart from that, the phone could also feature a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, which would mean smooth performance. At the same time, the Adreno 418 GPU would make it a powerhouse. This is not all, the handset could also feature a 3GB LPDDR3 RAM.
Though hassle-free performance seems to be the most important criteria for manufacturers, the recent leak also states this phone may feature a 13MP camera backed by Sony IMX278 sensor. With complete optical image stabilization, the handset may not just give tough competition to the other leading smartphones in the market, it could also outcast the Huawei-made Nexus as well.
The latest updates related to the handset has surely created an excitement among the fans, yet they will have to wait for some more weeks to get confirmed news from the tech-giant, Google. … Read the rest
Before an official unveiling, LG has pre-announced their new tablet, the G-PAD II 10.1. This tablet will be announced in Berlin in the coming two weeks with some fine improvements. In comparison to G-Pad II 8.0, G-Pad 10.1 is now loaded with Snapdragon 800 and WUXGA screen. With these changes, LG hopes to enhance its sales.
Improvements with the G-Pad 10.1
With the new LG G-Pad II 10.1 with have a 2 GB RAM with internal memory of 16GB which is expandable via Micro SD Cards. Another enhanced feature of the new tablet is a 7400 mAh battery to enable use for longer hours.
A stylish new look
The new LG tablet will be thinner than the G-Pad 8. The weight of the tablet has also been reduced and it is 34 gm lighter than its predecessor. Loaded with Android 5.1.1 and pre-installed Microsoft office, the G-Pad II 10.1 will be easy to use.
Along with this, the tablet also comes with 100GB OneDrive storage capacity valid for 2 years. LG has said that the price of the product will be disclosed during the event in Berlin.… Read the rest
Latest leaks of the upcoming Google Nexus smartphones seem to reveal the specifications of the new handset. This is a recently-leaked image of the Huawei handset and has stirred quite an interest on the web.
Huawei smartphone image leaked
The image of Google Nexus that was posted by Google+ user Tissen Fu indicates the phone may have the camera on a bump, which stretches through the total panel width. Apart from the placement of the camera on the top-left side, the picture also revealed a dual-LED flash module. This has been reported in some earlier leaks as well. The new leaked image confirms earlier reports that suggested the phone may have front-facing speakers and a fingerprint sensor.
LG smartphone named “Bullhead”
While Fu has revealed leaked images of the Huawei phone, an employee of Google revealed images of the LG Nexus smartphone in his Google+ account. Though the image did not provide a lot of details on the specifications of the phone, it indicates that the handset would come with a 5MP camera.
This is not all, TechTastic has claimed the phone will be named “Bullhead” instead of LG-made Nexus. However, we will have to wait to hear from the makers for confirmation on all these details.… Read the rest
Although the first Google Nexus could not create much ground for itself, hype related to the latest Google Nexus 2015 continues to intrigue. Smartphone manufacturers like Huawei and LG are reportedly working on the new device.
LG working on Nexus 5
According to reports, the benchmark suite that was captured recently did not provide enough details about the phone. However, it did hint that the phone will come with a powerful hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor.
The phone is also reported to be supported with a 4GB RAM for a hassle-free performance. Some other rumors suggest the phone will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor.
Being a Nexus device, it is expected to work on the Android 5.1.1 platform. The device is also said to feature 1082 single-core and 3298 double-score. However, there is no official confirmation from LG or Google. Therefore, to get any confirmation regarding the benchmark suite, Nexus fans will have to wait for some more time.
The Chinese giant Xiaomi has caused more than a stir in Indian terrain with the Mi 4i. The MIUI 6 interface overlapping Android 5.0 Lollipop has been a talking point for initial buyers but we figured that the latest ware from China’s Apple has a lot more to offer in this context.
Besides the superb visuals on screen, the grand gesture responses and the amazing fonts styles, what got us hooked was ability to add a fresh home screen to accommodate phone widgets in a less clustered way. Not that we have not seen this feature in the Note Series from Samsung or the LG L series, coming from a budget maker like Xiaomi, this is a surprise. There is also root access for all apps on the Mi 4i.
Perhaps the best part of the MIUI 6 security app is how it lets you hike up the battery life of the smartphone. There are three battery features such as Sleep, Marathon and Default. What’s more, you can create a personalized/customized profile for battery settings and schedule active and snooze modes too.
The camera on the Xiaomi Mi 4i comes with settings that allows you to click in highlighted tone, panorama as well as HHT. With so much on offer, we sure consider the MIUI a good smartphone.
Looking forward to some of the new devices expected to roll out soon, let’s examine the specifications of the LG Optimus G2, comparing it to see whether it will surpass the Apple iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S5. Considering the rumors and speculations, read on for a general idea of what the devices might look like.
Anticipated to be launched in October, the LG Optimus G2 could run Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie in beta form. With a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, the LG G2 might hold a 5.2-inch Full HD display with either 2 or 3GB of RAM. This smartphone might come out with internal storage options of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. What makes the device surpass other is the slimmest HD panel that it holds.
For the iPhone 6, many reports indicate that the device might roll out with exciting upgrades in 2014. However, rumors hint at the inclusion of a fingerprint scanner in the device, packed with a thin and strong glass. Since the device is expected next year, Apple might run iOS 8 by that time.
Moving on to the Samsung Galaxy S5, the phone’s also slated for next year launch. Some reports indicate that we might see a carbon fiber Galaxy S5 instead of a plastic device. This smartphone might be waterproof and could include liquid cooling, fingerprint detection, dual SIM cards and dual SD slots.
However, all three are expected to be tough competitors for each other.
What would you prefer; the iPhone 6, the LG G2 or the Galaxy S5?
LG, a South Korean firm is speculated to be working on the stock Android version of the Google Nexus 5, touting and uncovering it as the firm’s new flagship Optimus G2.
Expected to release next month, the LG’s 5.2-inch device will hold Full HD 1080p screen, which is same as the Nexus 5. With a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, the Optimus G2 will also hold 3GB of RAM, LTE chip, huge battery and a 13-megapixel camera at the rear.
Except for the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software in LG’s device, all features and specifications are same as found in the Nexus 5. However, the G2 might get the 4.3 update soon after release.
The latest going on in the rumor mill hints that both LG and Google have worked in the same production facilities, operated by the former.
However, we might see few twists in the G2 including the Zero Gap tech, which showed less bezel on the device’s border. Also the volume button is fit at the backside of the G2, which is the only noticeable difference.
Considering all the points, it’s clear that LG has worked on the lines of Google Nexus 5 to roll out the similar device; the Optimus G2.
However, Google and LG haven’t spilled the beans on the matter. … Read the rest
If rumors are to be believed, the Canadian carrier Bell, we hear is getting all set to launch both the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 as well as LG Optimus L5 II.
Announced in April this year, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is an LTE-enabled smartphone that boasts of 720p display. With an 8-megapixel camera at the rear, the device holds a 1.9-megapixel secondary camera at the front. Along with 1.7GHz dual-core processor, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 comes packed with 1.5GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh battery.
Considering the other one, the 4-inch LG Optimus L5 II rolls out with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Besides a 5-megapixel camera, the smartphone houses a 1GHz single-core processor and a 1,700mAh battery.
However, no details regarding the pricing or availability of the devices on Bell are revealed so far. I guess at this point, we’ll just have to wait and watch.
While we’ve been keeping busy looking for the latest rumors about Apple and Samsung’s upcoming devices, a leaked image shows what looks like a new device from LG. The team at @evleaks has posted the image of a new LG smartphone, which they are speculating could be either the new Nexus 5 or possibly even the Optimus G2.
The phone has a large display, possibly even 5.5-inches like the Optimus G Pro. And the edges of the device are curved, reminding us of the Nexus 4’s design. Now, the Optimus G and Nexus 4 featured similar designs, so you can imagine why we’re confused about what this image could be.
According to the latest rumors, the Optimus G2 is powered by an amazing 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and will feature a 1080p display of unknown size. But we doubt if LG could release the G2 so soon, given that its flagship Optimus G Pro is just about hitting the market. The G2 could also have a 13 MP rear camera and a 2.1 MP front-facing one.… Read the rest
Microsoft is almost cushioned into a corner. Its tryst with Windows 8 has taken toll on its popularity. At a time when operating systems are ruling the roost, Microsoft’s story is scaling the lower heights of the success graph. What’s more, Windows 8 is being blamed for the debacle! Experts are opining that the Windows 8 did not match the anticipation. What is being labeled the biggest failure from the stable could only work magic the other way round– once we get to hear something from Microsoft.
This bad news punches out ambition the makers had while also bringing a lot of misery for the PC segment. When Microsoft is willing to match shoulders with the likes of Samsung and LG, the Windows 8 debacle will only lead to repercussions never imagined.
The last resort in such a scenario remains that Windows 8 could deliver a baby for erasing out the poor memories it created. The Windows Blue or the Windows 8.1 might just be the phoenixcal resurrector for Microsoft. Hear what an industry expert says, “There’s a reason this company [Microsoft] basically has generated zero returns for investors over the last ten years, and that’s because they simply don’t get where technology is going any more. They’re entrenched where it’s been, but its future is not looking good for Microsoft.”… Read the rest